Despite the world shutting down, March was a game-changer for my business. I came home from Alt Summit off a learning high and ready to take action with my business. I dove in and finally purchased Neesha Woolery’s Organize and Automate course, something that had been on my to-do list since before I had Lily…. Read more »
All posts having to do with web design, whether it’s for school, work, or personal.
Best practices for using placeholder content in design and development. Plus a few of my favorite placeholder content generators.
Ask me about WordPress plugins, and I might geek out a little. 🤓 They can be great when you don’t know how to do something or need some extra cool features, but too many plugins can slow your site down and open you up to security risks. Here’s my philosophy on plugins: I am in… Read more »
Things are about to get exciting for The Lovely Geek. I’ve been working on stuff behind the scenes this past year which are finally going to come to fruition in the coming months. If you’re new around here, let me fill you in on a little backstory. I’ve been designing and developing websites since 2002…. Read more »
When the results came out for the Design Tools Survey last year it was really interesting to see what the industry standards were and how I as a designer compared. In my industry, it’s so easy to fall behind, so I’m happy to see I’m right on track. Here’s a look at what’s in my… Read more »
Tips and tricks on ways WordPress site creators can customize the admin to create a better experience for their clients and create peace-of-mind for themselves. Based on my 2018 WordCamp Sacramento session.
Hi friends! Today I am excited to reveal the launch of my updated design at TheLovelyGeek.com! I’ve been working busily behind the scenes for quite some time on the new design (hence the lack of blogging), so it’s a great feeling to finally launch it! Let’s take a tour!
Today I thought I would share some of the UI/UX projects I’ve worked on this year at Three29. I tend to have to keep things under wraps until they launch, but looking back on this year we’ve actually launched a bunch of projects. Here’s what I’ve designed that’s launched… ESM Prep Mitsubishi Chemical Carbon Fiber… Read more »
A look back on my history as a blogger and web designer over the past 14 years. I’ve come quite a long ways since my LiveJournal and Geocities days.
Last weekend was the 2nd annual WordCamp Sacramento. It was organized again by our local Sacramento WordPress Meetup group, and this time it was hosted at the Harper Alumni Center at CSU, Sacramento. WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like… Read more »